Whether MVA or not, I guess a neurologist is expected to see a patient who has neurological symptoms! It was indeed unfortunate that you were turned down.
Did your symptoms start only after the MVA? Did you have the double vision earlier? It is important to know if you were unconscious, had nausea or vomited after the MVA.
I didn't have any of these symptoms prior to the MVA, I used to get migraines in my teen years, but haven't had one in about a year. I was conscience the whole time, I did and still do have nausea but no vomitting. I have several symptoms that were not present before the MVA.
I'm having a sharp pain that comes every 15- 20 seconds if I am awake only. It happens maybe once every year and it is located at the middle, right, topish region of my head. When it strikes I flinch every time and it feel like a throbbing headache but I can also feel some pain/ tension in the back of my right eye when it strikes as well. when the pain is not striking anything can trigger it, taking a breath, speaking, scratching my head and that particular spot is tender to touch.
The crazy thing is my mother says she gets these pains as well so it has to be hereditary.
I have tried excedrine migrane< doesn't really help.
I have tried tweezing the hair in that general area trying to find the one attached to that particular nerve with little success.
My biggest fear is paying money for a Dr. visit and they say they don't know whats wrong with me.
If anyone has any idea all opinions are welcome. I'm so tired of this pain! 2nd day of HELL!